The San Antonio Food Bank is in need of volunteers.
Officials say the volunteers are needed to help with distributions, which may need to be scaled back if they can't find enough volunteers.
“Our great community is rightfully cautious about getting out at the moment, given the spike in local cases. But the pandemic continues to wreak havoc on our economic stability as a community and food needs continue at all-time high levels,” said Eric Cooper, President & CEO of the San Antonio Food Bank. “For those that are healthy and can join us, we need you more than ever. With some staying home for health reasons, we need all the heroes our city can provide to join us at our mobile/mega distributions and meet the emergency food needs of our community,” Cooper said.